Kir'Walehklay


© 1995-2000 KKGlinka

You remember those days, when the real world wasn't real?

And then the real world solidified a bit and the idea went away for a while but it grew more and more romanticized until one day, it emerged full fledged: A Mary Sue of the first order. You know, Mary Sue's make the best primary characters, if you put in a little bit of effort.

She was a pirate and a princess. She was on a quest and out to save the kingdom and the world. She fought in air, land and sea. She became a space knight and defender of the galaxy. She fought the evil villains, the dictators and tyrants, the malicious bullies of imaginary worlds. She had friends and allies. She fell in love with the wrong man but ended up with the right one. She fought beside the heroes of movies and books and performed miraculous deeds.

Sickening, isn't it?

Curiously enough, she often lost the internal battle. I used to think that was a bad thing. Then I read some Freud. (Actually, a whole lot, and some others guys too). And then I learned about writing. I wanted to fix her, not quite realizing that there was nothing to fix, that a representation of the psyche is more complex than words on paper.

This simply means I was a strange child.

Seeing as that was melodramatic, one day, I gave up.

Today, I'm trying again.

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